The central research line of the group is linked to the Commons and the Collaborative Economy, from a perspective of policy co-creation and methodological innovation. More concretely, Commons as organizational form of production (Commons-based peer production or CBPP), approached from three perspectives:
Emergence and implications of the common-based peer production, economical innovation, digital social economy, and the configuration of a new production model based on open knowledge.
Political innovation in emerging areas of public policy, conflict and social mobilization associated to the regulation on commons economics, ICTs and the conditions of access and reuse of information and knowledge.
Governance dilemmas and commons potential scenarios linked to highly innovative frontier open up by technological development.